Friday, October 20, 2017

Mummies Theme






MUMMIES THEME



 READ:Books




Where's My Mummy By Carolyn Crimi
Runaway Mummy: a Petrifying Parody By Michael Rex
Skippyjon Jones in Mummy Trouble By Judy Schachner
There was an old mummy who swallowed a spider By Jennifer Ward  
If your Spooky and you know it By Aly Fronis
Skeleton Meets The Mummy By Steve Metzger
I'm All Wrapped Up!: Meet A Mummy By Shannon Knudsen (Grade 1 and up)



CRAFT/ PLAY:

Where's My Mummy Story Map Printable 
Halloween Lacing Cards Printable 
 Yarn Wrapped Mummy Craft

Masking tape Mummy
foldable mummy craft
10 cool mummy crafts for kids
Paper plate Mummy Craft  
Mummy Paper Plate Lacing Craft 
Marshmallow Mummy Craft
Tissue Paper Mummy Craft 


SNACK: Mummy Pizza

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Dragons Theme


















































Dragons Theme


Dragons Love Tacos 1 &2 By Adam Rubin
Again By Emily Gravett
How to Dress a Dragon By Thelma Lynn Godin
There was an old dragon who swallowed a knight By Penny Parker Klostermann
The Knight and the Dragon By Tomie DePaola

Puff The Magic Dragon By Peter Yarrow
Me and My Dragon By David Biedrzycki
Old Mcdonald had a dragon By Ken Baker 
Do Not Bring Your Dragon To The Library By Julie Gassman
There is no such thing as a dragon By Jack Kent 
The Popcorn Dragon By Jane Thayer (Pre-3) 
 Have you seen my dragon By Steve Light
 The Library Dragon By Carmen Agra Deedy (K-2)

SONGS/RHYMES:



Five Green Dragons

Submitted by Lisa
Five green dragons making such a roar.
One danced away and then there were four.
Four green dragons dancing around a tree.
One danced away and then there were three.
Three green dragons dancing around you.
One danced away and then there were two.
Two green dragons dancing in the sun.
One danced away and then there was one.
One green dragon having lots of fun
She danced away and then there were none.






  




Fly Dragon, Fly [Tune: "Skip to My Lou" ]

Fly, fly, dragon fly. Fly, fly, dragon fly.
Fly, fly, dragon fly. Way up in the sky

Hop, hop, dragon hop. Hop, hop, dragon hop.
Hop, hop, dragon hop, stop dragon stop!

Turn, turn, dragon turn. Turn, turn, dragon turn.
Turn, turn, dragon turn. Sit, dragon, sit!
Credit: Jocolibrary.org 

Dragon Hunt
Going on a dragon hunt. [slap thights]
And I'm not afraid. [point to self]
There's a tall mountain. [Look with hand over eyes]
Can't go under it. [move hand down]
Can't go around it. [move hand around]
Guess I'll go over it. [reach hands as if climbing]
There's a river. Can't go over it. Can't go around it.
Guess I'll swim across it. [move arms as if swimming]
There's some tall grass.
Can't go over it. Can't go around it. Guess I'll go through it. [slap hands up and down in front]
There's a castle! Can't go over it, can't go under it. Guess I'll go in it.
It's dark and spooky in here [shake] It's cold in here! [wrap arms around self and shiver]
I feel some scales. [pretend to rub something]
I feel some teeth. [pretend to touch something]
OH! It's a dragon! [scream] Run out of the castle. [slap thighs]
Go through the grass, swim across the river, climb over the mountain, run home. [slap thights]
Open the door, jump into bed [cover head with arms to hide]
I went on a dragon hunt, and I wasn't afraid.
 Credit: Jocolibrary.org
Roar went the Dragon [Tune:Pop Goes the Weasel]
In and out the castle gate, the knight chased the dragon.
The knight thought it twas all in good fun, "Roarrrrrr" went the dragon!

Credit: Jocolibrary.org

Little Dragon
Little dragon counts to three. Little dragon bends one knee.
Little dragon whistles and sings. Little dragon flaps his wings.
Little dragon touches his toes, Little dragon scratches his nose.
Little dragon makes a funny face, Little dragon runs in place.
Little dragon lays ont he floor. Little dragon starts to snore.

Credit: Jocolibrary.org

I’m a Little Dragon (Tune: "I’m a Little Teapot" )
I’m a little dragon, strong and stout.
Here is my tail and here is my snout.
If you get me upset, you better watch out!
I’ll give you something to shout about!
 Credit: Jocolibrary.org 

CRAFT/ PLAY:


Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Grumpy Theme






Grumpy Theme

Talk: Do you ever have a day when you wake up feeling grumpy! Well, then these books will surely make you change your mood or at least help you know your not alone!


READ:Books
 
The Grumpy Morning By Pamela Duncan Edwards
Grumpy Bird By Jeremy Tankard
Hooray For Hat By Brian Won
I'm Grumpy By Jennifer L. Holm
Grumpy Cat By Britta  Teckentrup
Crankee Doodle By Tom Angleberger
A Very Grumpy Day By Stella J Jones
Grumpy Groundhog By Maureen Wright
The Grumpy Dump Truck By Brie Spangler
Lily and Bear Grumpy Feet By Lisa Stubbs
Mr. Grumpy By Roger Hargreaves
What are you so grumpy about? By Tom Lichtenheld
 The Pout, Pout Fish By Deborah Diesen


Crankenstein By Samatha Berger 
 Pete the Cat and his magic sunglasses By James Dean
Mean Soup By Betsy Everitt
 

Songs/Rhymes:

 #6 Your face will surely show it song from Orange- Jim Gill Makes it Noisy in Boise, Idaho CD

 If you're grumpy and you know it, make a frown. If you're grumpy and you know it, make a frown. If you're grumpy and you know it and you really want to show it, if you're grumpy and you know it, make a frown.
Continue with: Fold your arms Look away Stomp your feet Say 'NO WAY'
Credit: Library Village.blogspot.com

“Can’t Wait to Celebrate” from Jim Gill’s Irrational Anthem by Jim Gill

 Old Mcdonald Felt So Glad Felt Board Idea- Credit Jen in the Library.com




(to tune of “Old MacDonald had a farm”)
Old MacDonald felt so glad
HA-HA-HA-HA-HA
And when he’s glad he sounds like this:
HA-HA-HA-HA-HA
With a HA-HA here and a HA-HA there
Here a HA, there a HA everywhere a HA-HA
Old MacDonald felt so glad.
HA-HA-HA-HA-HA

Repeat this, substituting the following emotions and sounds:
Grumpy = NO NO NO NO NO
Sad = Boo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo!
Silly = Nah-nah-nah-nah-nah


“Shake My Sillies Out” from More Singable Songs for the Very Young by Raffi

CRAFT/ PLAY:

Art project about Grumpy Cat 
Grumpy bird craft 
Emotions Bird Puppet

 


Friday, October 13, 2017

Halloween Favorites

Halloween Favorites 





Pumpkin Eye By Denise Fleming

Pete the Cat Five Little Pumpkins By James Dean
Trick or Pete By James Dean
Halloween Night By Elizabeth Hatch
Pumpkin Day By Candice Ransom
It’s Halloween Night By Jennifer O’Connell
Halloween Hustle By Charlotte Gunnufson 
Click, Clack, Boo A Tricky Treat By Doreen Cronin 
Pumpkin Trouble By Jan Thomas
Mouse's First Halloween By Lauren Thompson
Ghosts in the House By Kozuno Kohara
 Sheep trick or Treat By Nancy E. Shaw

10 trick-or -treaters by Janet Schulman 
Little Blue Truck's Halloween By Alice Schertle 
Itsy Bitsy Pumpkin By Sonali Fry
Alpha Oops:H is for Halloween By Alethea Kontis 
Clifford's Halloween By Norman Bridwell




“Pumpkin, Pumpkin” Rhyme - Credit Storytime Katie
Pumpkin, pumpkin, big and round, (Make big circle with hands)
Sitting on the cold, hard ground. (Touch the ground)
Soon I’ll pick you off the vine, (Pretend to pick a pumpkin)
Give you a name, and make you mine (Hug pumpkin tightly)
Carve a face for all to see, (Point to face)
Add a candle for Halloween glee! (Clap your hands)


Pumpkin Excerises Printable

Halloween Yoga Poses for Little Ones

Halloween Game Ideas Link

Halloween Sensory Bin

Halloween Dot Marker Printables (you can use finger to paint, markers, pom poms to glue on or even dot stickers) 

Pumpkin Salt Painting 

Shape Pumpkin Crafts 

Halloween Blob Paintings

Shadow Garland Book idea for Click, Clack, Boo